This course is worth 1.0 continuing education contact hour for LCATs in New York state.
The workshop will show how to develop a theme working with children and trauma.
Participants will be able to identify a meaningful theme for child therapy.
Participants will be able to build and develop a theme to help children process traumatic events.
Participants will be able to identify how to incorporate families into art therapy process with children.
Cecilia Land is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Creative Arts Therapist. She has worked in various clinical and social service settings with children and families. Currently she works at Greenwich House Children's Safety Project and has a part-time private practice. In addition to, she is also the Program Chair for the Institute of Expressive Analysis. Her interests are writing about about children and her personal experiences with them in the public domain.
Briana MacWilliam has over 12 years of clinical experience as a creative arts therapist, and is the Founder and Director of CreativeArtsTherapiesOnline.com. She has held two directorial positions in community-based and day-treatment settings, and was a research outcomes coordinator for four years, at the Amen Clinics, Inc.—a brain research and diagnostic facility. She edited and co-authored two books on the subjects of attachment and complicated grief, and working with LGBTQ populations. She is also the Director for Continuing Education for Pratt Institute’s Creative Arts Therapies Department. Additionally, she provides training in spiritual wealth and professional development online, through her program, "The Abundant Healer."
CreativeArtsTherapiesOnline.com is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for Licensed Creative Arts Therapists. (#CAT-0014.)